The National Organization of Minority Architects
In the second year of the pandemic and our first fully active year as a chapter, WiscoNOMA has worked hard to make an impact on our community. Your support has allowed us to do so. Thank you.
WISCO NOMA was established in the Fall of 2019 in order to foster communication and fellowship among minority architects through educational, social, and charitable programs and projects across the State of Wisconsin. Our primary goals are to fight discrimination and other selection policies being used by public and private sector clients to unfairly restrict minority architects' participation in design and construction, build meaningful connections among professionals, serve as mentors to collegiate students pursuing design, and provide design experience and exposure to K-12 youth.
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GET INV LVED
Wisco NOMA community and professional initiatives by becoming a Donor. Opportunities include our K-12 outreach programs, Project Pipeline development, student scholarships and professional continuing education workshops.
The most impactful way to become involved in Wisco NOMA is to become an active member. Requirements for becoming an active member include attending meetings, volunteering and organizing events, and paying local and national dues.
Become a Collaborator
Do you have an idea or interest that aligns with our mission? Get involved and volunteer your time. We have various opportunities to spread awareness of the elements of architecture and design to people of all ages. You can help us out at an event or invite us to collaborate with your team.